Dosage & Administration
2 tablets twice a day for six months
1 tablet twice a day

Apply on scalp with mild massage twice a day

30 Tablets Blister / bottle
100 ml bottle
Each Capello tablet contains:
Sariva (Hemidesmus indicus) 90 mg
Asvagandha (Withania somnifera) 90 mg
Musta (Cyperus rotundus) 50 mg
Bhingaraj (Eclipta alba) 30 mg
Shuddha Silajit (Purified Asphaltum) 30 mg
Abhraka Bhasma (Silica Calx) 30 mg
Pravala Bhasma (Coral Calx) 30 mg
Liquid Tonic
Each 10 ml Capello Oil contains extracts derived from:
Jaswandhi (Hibiscus rosasinensis) 0.5% w/v
Amla (Emblica officinalis) 0.5% w/v
Sati (Hedychium spicatum) 0.5% w/v
Sariva (Hemidesmus indicus) 0.5% w/v
Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamaansi) 0.5% w/v
Kustha (Saussurea lappa) 0.5% w/v
Indravaruni (Citrullus colocynthis) 0.5% w/v
Neem (Azadirachta indica) 0.5% w/v
Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri) 0.5% w/v
Asvattha (Ficus religiosa) 0.5% w/v
Bhringaraja (Eclipta alba) 2.0% w/v
Nariyal Taila (Coconut Oil) Q.S.
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Capello - Tablets/Oil
Therapeutic Category : Hair & Scalp Nourishing Tonic
The botanicals in Capello synergize to:
  • Prolong anagen phase of hair cycle and promote hair growth
  • Shorten catagen phase of hair cycle reduce hair fall
  • Promote bundling and new hair growth from hair follicles
  • Enhance blood flow to hair follicles and stimulate growth of new and healthy hair
  • Retard premature graying of hair
  • Improve hair luster
  • Falling of Hair (Kesapatana)
  • Loss of Hair (Kesasata)
  • Premature graying of Hair (Palitya)